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with letter plans to visit india next week, despite those bombings. security and terrorism are likely to be on her agenda. . >>> shane is an incredible photo journalist and he has been traveling and working for at least a decade >> sara said today marks seven 11-days that bower and josh have been imprisoned in iran. she spent 410 days as a prisoner there before her release in september of last year. the three were taken prisoner in july of 2009 while hiking in an unmarked region along the iranian border >> >> team usa is going to the finals of the women's world cup after a thrilling win over the french team in the semi-finals >> >> a former soccer star at cal that scored the final u.s. goal in today's victory. one of four players from cal and stanford on the u.s. team. . >>> when the u.s. women's soccer team plays france, alex morgan scored the third and decisive goal >> seeing a teammate make it to that level is awesome. it makes you believe in yourself a little more. >> reporter: lauren, a teammate of morgan's as cal said morgan is an inspiration for her and hundreds of players at
. she pulled free and ran away. tips led police to a 66-year- old man. the suspect is from india and is visiting relatives in danville. >>> it appears a copper thief struck again in petaluma hitting a pg&e storage yard for the eighth time in the past two years. the latest theft happened yesterday morning at the pg&e storage yard on corona road. police say employees found a chain link fence had been cut. jane rarity, chainsaw and copper wire were missing. officers say the copper is often sold at recycling centers. >>> friends and family of a marin county man who fell into a blow hole in hawaii say a simple warning sign might have saved his life. 44-year-old david pots died saturday after a wave washed him into a blow hole on the island of maw we. pott -- maui. potts's girl friend say there was no signs, but officials say the area was privately owned. >>> east bay park police uncovered $1 million worth of marijuana plants today. officers found the plants in the los trampos regional wilderness near san ramon. officers uprooted 3,300 plants today. the growers had tapped into the park
prison. >>> in india, a leopard blamed for mauling at least 11 people died after being captured. wildlife authorities tried to tranquilized the cat, but it attacked them, so they beat it with sticks and knives. >>> a discovery by scientists at uc davis may offer new hope to couples struggling to condition receive. they found a protein that coats sperm, helping it to reach a woman's egg. researchers say it should be easy now to create a test to diagnose the problem and help couples find proper treatment. >>> shuttle atlantis is scheduled to touchdown in just hours. the crews thought on closing 30 years of shuttle service. >>> just verizon claims its 4g lte is twice as fast as at&t. we're putting them to the test against the speed of a rescue unit. go ! they're downloading a music album. the first network to finish gets rescued. does your phone know that we're racing ? done ! verizon's done ! i've got seven left ! the fastest network in america. verizon. built so you can rule the air. now powering the lg revolution. >>> some same sex couples from the bay area, are making plans to head acros
read that names and addresses on petitions were sent to other countries, including india. >> who knows what they did with it. >> very concerned that -- we get the wrong idea. >> reporter: the adds and this new website have watch dogs including the california public interest research group crying foul. >> you are being asked to sign is why you name and address. for many its in the phone book already. >> reporter: we traced it to be about the state's building and trades construction. the president of the union said they didn't create the group but confirmed they contributed about $50,000. it's led some to question whether the campaign is to stop anti union initiatives before they make the wal-mart. the man behind the adds says that's not the goal. he is a long time political player in the bay area. >> we aren't taking positions for or against the ballot measure. our message is directed equally to all ballot measures and that is that you should be wary of especially the paid signature gatherers. >> reporter: and right now the adds are running in southern california and sacramento but a
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